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The central question of this course: “why study wood?” If “why study wood” is the question, one answer would be that it is the only raw material available to us that is truly renewable in human life span terms. Wood is as important to society today as it ever was, despite the development of many man-made substitute materials, changing resource availability, and the changing needs of society. Some items on the list of wood products stay the same (lumber, plywood and veneer for building construction, furniture, shipping pallets & crates and other containers & packaging materials, railroad ties, utility poles, chemical feed stocks, etc), but the list also keeps changing to meet new needs and challenges as the resource changes. In short, wood is a far more diverse, green, and renewable resource than you might have imagined. Join us to learn about the important role of wood in human history, civilization, and our future. By the end of the course, learners will be able to: - describe wood as a raw material and its critical importance to the world economy, and the lives of the people that make that economy work. - identify the projected trend for wood consumption to continue to grow in the coming years, despite the image of wood as a "low tech" material. - identify the ways in which wood's properties can lead to its efficient and sustainable use. -identify wood's positive role in boosting the world economy and ability to lead to unexpected vocations....

Principales reseñas

DB
4 de jun. de 2020

I am glad that I took this informative course. This course is useful to each and every people irrespective of their academic background and interests. It is good course regarding wood and its uses.

CZ
11 de feb. de 2020

As a Civil Engineering student, this course has been very helpful for me. I do recommend to have this course in order to get the basic concept of wood science and its use as a building material.

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por Dr. K M R

13 de jun. de 2020

V USEFUL AND INFORMATIVE COURSE

por JOHN Q

9 de may. de 2017

Thoroughly enjoyed the course!

por David T J

9 de jul. de 2020

It was really interesting.

por PRITAM H

4 de may. de 2020

Save trees save the earth.

por Varun S

27 de jun. de 2020

One of the best courses!

por Arpit S B

10 de may. de 2020

VERY FRUITFUL COURSE

por Erland R L

14 de may. de 2018

Great introduction!

por Adlin N C

1 de jun. de 2020

Informative course

por Jensen

20 de mar. de 2020

Great, fun course!

por YASHDEEP S

16 de sep. de 2020

Very well taught

por S. M S

25 de jun. de 2020

Good instructors

por G .

1 de jun. de 2020

it was helpful

por Niranjani B

11 de ago. de 2020

Knowledgeable

por Mark-Anthony W

23 de sep. de 2020

Great Course

por OBIEME E D

16 de jul. de 2020

very helpful

por ANAND. T

20 de jul. de 2020

Nice course

por Santiago M

21 de may. de 2020

nice course

por Adnan L

30 de ago. de 2020

EXCELLENT

por Diyora P K

22 de jun. de 2020

excellent

por Sreemathi G S

4 de may. de 2020

Awesome

por PAVANKUMAR D

21 de may. de 2020

Good

por karthik k m

25 de abr. de 2020

Good

por Krish K

24 de abr. de 2020

Osm

por Daniel M

8 de ago. de 2020

As a Civil Engineering student this course gave me a lot of information about wood both as a resource and as a building material, even though a lot of it was common knowledge. Even for me as someone who isn't a native english speaker everything was easy to understand. Unfortunately some of the links were dead or lead to empty pages. There were times where the audio was very hard to understand but with the included script it wasn't hard to figure out what they were talking about.

All in all a very informative course for everyone who wants to learn a little bit about wood as a building material. Just don't expect it to make you a timber engineer

por Ogreits

23 de jul. de 2017

Great content. I would like to suggest diving deeper into some of the North American silviculture practises and forestry operations as well as roundwood measurement and sawmill business. That could be a nice insight for the forest industry people here in Europe. Thank you for your work and I'm looking forward to the next "Wood Science & Forestry" course.